Gresh And Zolak
Gresh and Zo both feel like the Patriots will need Stevan Ridley come playoffs, and now is the perfect time to ease him back into the offense and see if he’s fixed his fumbling woes.
Gresh and Zo opened up the show discussing the Bruins-Canadiens rivalry in anticipation of Thursday night’s game in Montreal. Is it Boston’s best rivalry?
Torey Krug came on the Gresh and Zo show for his weekly appearance to talk about his game-winning goal and how he celebrated afterwards, as well as his Olympic chances and Thanksgiving food.
A listener complained about the Patriots third-down play calling, which didn’t sit well with Scott Zolak. Zo blamed Tony Massarotti for running with this argument and explained to everyone what goes into a play call.
Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe sat in on the Gresh and Zolak show Thursday to cover a whole host of topics, one of them being the Alex Rodriguez drama going on in New York City.
If you take a look at the Patriots defense of 2012 and the Patriots defense of 2013, you’ll see that this current roster is far more equipped to beat the Broncos.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak discussed the mindset of the Celtics coming off a loss to the Bobcats and the postgame comments from veteran forward Gerald Wallace.
Torey Krug of the Boston Bruins joined Gresh and Zolak for his weekly appearance and explained why the team is playing better, and also why producing on offense is so important for him.
Celtics Forward, Jeff Green joined Gresh & Zo to talk about the Celtics early season progression and playing for first year coach, Brad Stevens.
Gresh, Zo & Bert Breer spoke with Patriots special teams captain Matthew Slater and were interested to know his plans for the bye week, as well as his take on the Miami Dolphins hazing scandal.